LG BD300 Network Blu-ray Disc Player

LG BD300 Network Blu-ray Disc Player

Finally, a Blu-ray player that can actually contend with the PS3. The LG BD300 Network Blu-ray Disc Player ($TBA; Fall 2008) will combine 1080p DVD-upconversion and Blu-ray playback with the ability to stream movies from your Netflix instant queue to create a strong one-two living room punch. Add in the ability to update the player over the internet, and you've got a winner. [via]

  • Sony Bravia XBR8-Series HDTVs

    Sony has rolled out its new top of the line Bravia XBR8-Series HDTVs ($TBA; Fall 2008). Consisting of two models — the full HD 1080p 55-inch KDL-55XBR8 and 46-inch KDL-46XBR8 — the sets feature a plethora of tech to produce Sony's best picture quality and deepest black levels yet. They incorporate Sony’s Triluminos three-color LED backlight technology with local dimming, Advanced Contrast Enhancer Pro (ACE Pro) technology, Bravia Engine 2 PRO, x.v.Color compatibility and the company’s Motionflow 120Hz high frame rate technology. See, told you it was a lot. The XBR8 models also feature Sony's Digital Media Extender (DMeX) for connecting optional expansion modules such as the Bravia DVD Link, as well as the Digital Media Port (DMP), which lets you hook up iPods and other devices. You'll also find four 1080/60p 24p HDMI connections (HDCP) and two 1080/60p HD component inputs.

  • ESPN Ultimate Remote

    In a world of increasingly complex TVs, cable boxes, and other living room gadgets, a more advanced remote is a great thing to have. The new ESPN Ultimate Remote ($300) fits the bill, offering Wi-Fi connectivity for "location-free" setup, a 2.2" QVGA display for menu navigation, on-screen TV listings, real-time sports updates (from ESPN, of course), and weather updates, text messaging, and more. Ultimate, indeed. [via]

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